The University is issuing 100 pages of print credit to all Sussex finalists who take part in the 2015 National Student Survey (NSS).
Professor Donald Anthony Low, founding Dean of the School of African and Asian Studies (AFRAS) at Sussex, died in Canberra on 11 February, aged 87.
Sussex Research and the International Office have made two awards in the first round of the International Research Partnerships and Network Fund.
WhatUni? have launched their Student Choice Awards for 2015 and are looking for Sussex students to give feedback on their experience of uni life.
Early science photos will be displayed alongside modern art photography at a new Science Museum exhibition, co-curated by a Sussex academic.
The Research Development Fund is designed to develop activities enabling substantive external research proposals.
John Whitley, Emeritus Reader in American Studies, has written an appreciation of Prof Rupert Wilkinson (1936-2014), who died before Christmas.
The University of Sussex has more than tripled its top scholarships for postgraduates to £10,000 for the 2015-16 academic year.
The director of a new art museum in China was "bewildered" but "very interested" as he was shown around the Royal Pavilion by a Sussex art historian.
The Research Opportunities Fund is designed to provide funds for faculty to stimulate new interdisciplinary ideas, themes and synergies.